Bo Jackson is still a draw
As fleeting as these moments may be, they are also preserved. Old and grainy and haunting too, theyre testaments not only to Jacksons individual legend, but also to the broader historical shift he represented.
Director Michael Bonfiglio's You Don't Know Bo: The Legend of Bo Jackson makes no bones about perpetuating the mythos of its subject. This is kind of the point, though. Bo Jackson was far from a perfect baseball player;
Walker is the Cincinnati Bengals linebacker who tackled Jackson, then a Los Angeles Raiders running back, during a 1990 NFL playoff game. The tackle resulted in a hip injury for Jackson which he never recovered from. He's quite possibly the best two
Bo Jackson was one of the brightest-shining sports stars the world has ever known. But when you shine that bright, the light just dims all the more quickly. And that's what happened to Jackson. He was a dual-sport athlete for four seasons in the NFL
Bo Jackson celebrated is 50th birthday last Friday, so here's a gallery of some of the reasons why he is still such an iconic sports figure.